Monday, January 30, 2012

9th International Symposium of Hazards, Prevention and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions-Poland

9th International Symposium of Hazards, Prevention and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions (9th ISHPMIE) between 22 and 27 July 2012. Cracow, Poland

"Roots of the Symposium reach far into the past. ISHPMIE was founded in 1996 as a joined meeting of Dust Explosion Colloquia Baranow (1984). The first ISHPMIE was organized in 1996 in Bergen."


THE SCOPE OF THE CONFERENCE PROBLEMS IS AS FOLLOWS:

  • ignition;
  • flame propagation;
  • ases, dust, vapors explosiveness;
  • deflagrations and DDT;
  • detonations of gases, dusts, vapors;
  • kinetics of chemicals reactions;
  • formation of explosive mixtures in industrial conditions;
  • blast waves;
  • explosion prevention techniques and means;
  • explosion mitigation /protection techniques and means;
  • explosion risk assessment methods;
  • explosion/ consequences analysis;
  • case studies;
  • standards and regulations;
  • hydrogen safe

Special thanks to Dr. Bill Kauffman in sharing the event with the CDPI so other global stakeholders can be aware of International Symposium in Poland.

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